Cherry Hills keeps up high-dollar home streak

The home at 4601 S. Franklin St. sold last month. Photo by Amy DiPierro.

The home at 4601 S. Franklin St. sold last month. Photo by Amy DiPierro.

For the fourth month in a row, Cherry Hills Village can claim the highest-priced home sale in the Denver region.

A five-bedroom, 10-bath home at 4601 S. Franklin St. fetched $4.15 million in August, according to the Denver MLS.

The 8,000-square-foot house sports a stucco and stone exterior and is arranged in a U-shape around a courtyard. Outdoor amenities on the 1-acre property include a salt-water pool, hot tub and a new pool house that could double as a guest home.

And there’s a six-car garage.

“It looks more like a house you would find in Santa Barbara,” said Susie Dews, a broker with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty who listed the home.

The previous owners are responsible for many of the property’s outdoor spaces, Dews said, building a covered patio, gazebo and lighted outdoor court perfect for basketball or other sports.

“And then it has a great location,” Dews said. “It’s right on the corner of Easts Tufts and South Franklin in Cherry Hill, in the middle of so much activity – people walk their dogs, kids play.”

The property, which sold just days after Dews advertised it in an email flier to agents, was listed for $4.395 million.

Christopher and Rebecca Morley bought the house from Christopher and Stephanie Comfort, according to Arapahoe County property records.

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